this weekend we are laying low in northern virginia, which is a welcome change from the summer and our busy weekends. if things dry out enough, i plan to head to the country pick up a pumpkin, or two, or three and lots of fall gourds. if we aren't lucky enough to shake this rain (yes rain again...) i will be dragging matt to the mall to finish our registry.
but before i run off to begin mixing up some pumpkin chocolate chip bread and heading to lunch with my favorite bride-to be. i must share with you a recipe from wednesday evening.
i am always so happy when i can manage to pull a weeknight meal together for matt and i without having to run out the to store after work or as soon as i get home (i don't meal plan for the week though i admire those who do). to me the hardest part of cooking is not following the recipes, finding the right ingredients, or adjusting things to our tastes, it is making something out of nothing when there really is no plan. which is exactly what i did on wednesday, and not only was it tasty but it knocked our socks off and took only a few minutes to throw together. any type of quiche is such a convenient weeknight meal, because literally 90% of what you have in your fridge will work, so get creative, experiment and it is sure to turn out amazing.